These 3 short lessons help students with CCSS.ELA.RL.8.7: Analyze the extent to which a filmed or live production of a story or drama stays faithful to or departs from the text or script, evaluating the choices made by the directors or actors. This Common Core practice uses the research-based "model-guide-practice" teaching strategy and is part of my Continuous Improvement Model (CIM) series.
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This resource includes a table of contents linked to corresponding pages in the document as well as suggestions for differentiation, collaborative learning, and extension. Additionally, the multiple-choice vs. open-response teacher pages are separated into different sections.
In this resource are 3 questions related to the RL.7 standard (Integration of Knowledge and Ideas).
NOTE: This resource also addresses LAFS.8.RL.3.7 because of how Florida revised their standards.
Why should you purchase this resource?
- LOW PREP
- Common Core Aligned
- Unique, targeted standard practice
♦Lesson 1: This lesson uses an excerpt from the preface of Pygmalion
, by George Bernard Shaw, which has an approximate Lexile ® of 650 and is paired with the same section of the film (part of the beginning credits/screens) from the 1938 film version of Pygmalion
♦Lesson 2: This lesson uses an excerpt from the beginning of Act 1 of Pygmalion
, by George Bernard Shaw, which has an approximate Lexile ® of 890 and is paired with the same section of the film from the 1938 film version of Pygmalion
♦Lesson 3: This lesson uses an excerpt from Act 1 of Pygmalion
, by George Bernard Shaw, which has an approximate Lexile ® of 270 (although this is deceptively low since the dialect is so stylized and the vocabulary is quite complex – but appropriately accessible for 8th graders) and is paired with the same section of the film from the 1938 film version of Pygmalion
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In this CIM, the 3 lessons should take about 10 minutes over the course of 5 days. Lesson 1 should take only about 10 minutes, but Lesson 2 and Lesson 3 have slightly longer texts, so they will take 15-20 minutes each. They can be done together on a single day (although that is NOT the intent of the product) or on 5 separate days.
This CIM uses the "I do," "we do," "you do" model of instruction.
The questions can be used as either multiple choice or short/extended response. These questions are intended for in-class instruction and NOT intended for homework, summative/formal assessment, or portfolio/extended work. The questions are not exhaustive of those that could be asked for this standard, but they are a good place to start.
This product is a .zip with 3 separate files: the teacher version (with script), student version without answer choices (open-response), and student version with answer choices (multiple-choice). Student versions may be copied and distributed as necessary for purchasing teacher's classes.
The teacher pages include the questions for display (both with and without answer choices), the excerpts for display, and the teacher script (multiple-choice vs. open-response scripts are in separate sections of the document).
To determine if this CIM is what you are looking for, I would encourage you to download my free version of this product, which is practice for RL.6.1:
6th Grade Common Core Practice RL.6.1 three mini lessons
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★Here are some other CCSS resources you may find helpful:
8th Grade Common Core Practice for RL1-3
8th Grade Common Core Practice for RL4-6
8th Grade Common Core Question Stems